Monthly Archives: June 2012

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Klub 254 continues to celebrate Kenya and you. Klub 254 is in Mt Kenya University Nkubu,Kenya Methodist University Nkubu,Kimathi University Nyeri and Kenyatta University in Nyeri this Friday .You need to tell your friends in these colleges by sharing our update on your timeline as well as get them to like our page.You could win valuable Klub254 limited edition gear . Nyeri na Nkubu mko tayari? Tunatokelezea

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Apple sues Samsung

 Apple has won its preliminary junction after U.S District Judge Lucy Koh approved it. 

 “Although Samsung has a right to compete, it does not have a right to compete unfairly, by flooding the market with infringing products,”Koh said on Tuesday.

Apple filed a motion for a preliminary injunction in May 2012, claiming Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 infringes on an i Pad-related patent. Apple also filed a similar motion against Samsung’s Galaxy S III in June. 

Question is what is Apple upto ? Is it because Samsung Tab is a threat to the Apple’s i Pad and the iPhone 4s. 

 

Prof Saitoti Laid to Rest

Photo | PETERSON GITHAIGA|NATION Pall bearers among them cabinet ministers lower the coffin carrying the body of Prof George Saitoti into the grave at his home in Kitengela on June 16, 2012.  

Prof George Saitoti was today finally laid to rest in his Enkasiti Home in Kitengela. People from all walks of life gathered to give the Professor a decent send off.

The meeting included 20 cabinet ministers, 90 members of Parliament and two ministers, one from Tanzania and Southern Sudan.

Tanzanian Foreign Affairs Minister read Jakaya Kikwete’s message, who said that his passing was a loss of integration efforts in the East Africa Community.

Indeed Kenya has lost an Elite leader who showed devotion to his work, especially as a Mathematician who impacted the lives of his student while he was a lecturer in the University of Nairobi to his current docket  as Minister of Internal Security.

May his Soul Rest in Peace.

Prof Saitoti Laid to Rest

Photo | PETERSON GITHAIGA|NATION Pall bearers among them cabinet ministers lower the coffin carrying the body of Prof George Saitoti into the grave at his home in Kitengela on June 16, 2012.  

Prof George Saitoti was today finally laid to rest in his Enkasiti Home in Kitengela. People from all walks of life gathered to give the Professor a decent send off.

The meeting included 20 cabinet ministers, 90 members of Parliament and two ministers, one from Tanzania and Southern Sudan.

Tanzanian Foreign Affairs Minister read Jakaya Kikwete’s message, who said that his passing was a loss of integration efforts in the East Africa Community.

Indeed Kenya has lost an Elite leader who showed devotion to his work, especially as a Mathematician who impacted the lives of his student while he was a lecturer in the University of Nairobi to his current docket  as Minister of Internal Security.

May his Soul Rest in Peace.

THE NBA FINALS 2012

Finally, the NBA finals are here, today night The Thunder battle it out with The Heat in game 1 of the finals.

Will the Heat Big 3 of, MVP Lebron James, Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh be able to contain Thunder’s Kevin Durant, Russel Westbrook and Sixthman of the year James Harden.

The Eastern and Western Conference finals saw big plays from King James and The Durantula. We saw Lebron in Game 6 give the Heat 45 points in that game. We can forget Durant and how he put those buzzer-bearters that led the Thunder through Playoffs.
Game 1 of The Finals will on at Thunder’s Home Court at 8.00pm ET time.
Lets see who comes up with the W eventually.

Officiating of KUCTSO 2012/2013

This evening at 5pm saw the swearing in of the new student council leaders, who took mandate after it was handed to them officially by the outgoing Kuctso 2011/2012 leaders.

This comes to us as after we saw a thrilling and intensive campaign last week from the nominees. The incoming leaders comprises of :
Peter Kabutu – Chairman
John Kunyiha – Secretary General
Zachariah Bosire – Finance Representative
Irungu Kasisi  – Academic Secretary
Esther Wanjiru – Catering and Accommodation Representative
Irene Lumumba – Community and External Affairs Representative

We are still awaiting for the by-election of the Vice Chairman after the only nominee failed to attain the 50% vote of the students as per the Electoral Commision.

Lets hope that the incoming Student leader make an impact and follow up their manifestos that they declared during their Campaign Train. All said and done we await to see how the carry through their term.

Chill Spot Riddim CD (March, 2012) (Chimney Records)

Chill Spot Riddim CD (March, 2012) (Chimney Records)

Chill Spot Riddim Tracklist
 Mavado- Like Me
Tarrus Riley – Dream Woman
I – Octane – Keep Me Up
Cecile – Dem Yah Time
Voicemail – I Moved On
Chris Martin – Chill Spot
Zagga – Remember The Days
Jordan & Hizzle – Chill Spot Riddim(Veersion)

Kenyan Minister Fatal Accident

This are some of the remains of the wreckage at the crash site located in Kibiko, Ngong Division just in the outskirts of Nairobi. (AP Photo/Khalil Senosi) 

Prof George Saitoti, Kenyan Internal Minister, met his death in a tragic accident through a helicopter crash, in Kibiko, Ngong, just in the outskirts of Nairobi.

He was alongside six others among them being his assistant Orwa Ojode, the bodyguards and pilot. No cause has been established to rally the reason as to how the plane crashed. Eye witnesses say the plane crashed down and burst into flames.

Prof Saitoti was one of the key poiliticians aspiring to run for the presidential race during the countries forthcoming General Elections.

The 66 year old was said to have been heading for a security meeting when the plane crashed on Sunday morning.

A journalist for AFP news agency saw six charred bodies being removed from the wreckage.

Another reporter at the scene says debris of the burnt-out police helicopter were strewn in the brush.
Leading politician


The death of Saitoti is a “great tragedy that has befallen our country at this time as we are making elaborate preparations to hold peaceful elections,” Prime Minister Raila Odinga said at the scene of the crash, a forest in the city’s outskirts.
It was not immediately clear what caused the accident. Kenyan police cordoned off the scene of the crash and said they were investigating. Rescue officials collected the charred and scattered remains of those killed.

“As we speak now, nobody knows the cause of the accident,” Odinga said. “Nobody knows, and that’s why the experts are going to carry out investigations.” He said that Saitoti and Ojode were on their way to a political event in western Kenya.

Saitoti, an American-trained economist and mathematician, was one of the most visible figures in Kenyan politics. For over a decade he was a deputy to former President Daniel arap Moi.

As security minister he was the government’s spokesman on security matters, including Kenya’s decision to send troops to Somalia last year. Analysts say he played a key role in that decision. Saitoti appeared often on national television to reassure the public in the aftermath of deadly attacks blamed on the Somali militant group al-Shabab.

All that is in the minds of Kenyans right now is to hope that his souls rest in peace.

Kenya’s Minister Fatal Accident

This are some of the remains of the wreckage at the crash site located in Kibiko, Ngong Division just in the outskirts of Nairobi. (AP Photo/Khalil Senosi)     

Prof George Saitoti, Kenyan Internal Minister, met his death in a tragic accident through a helicopter crash, in Kibiko, Ngong, just in the outskirts of Nairobi.

He was alongside six others among them being his assistant Orwa Ojode, the bodyguards and pilot. No cause has been established to rally the reason as to how the plane crashed. Eye witnesses say the plane crashed down and burst into flames.

Prof Saitoti was one of the key poiliticians aspiring to run for the presidential race during the countries forthcoming General Elections.

The 66 year old was said to have been heading for a security meeting when the plane crashed on Sunday morning.

A journalist for AFP news agency saw six charred bodies being removed from the wreckage.

Another reporter at the scene says debris of the burnt-out police helicopter were strewn in the brush.
Leading politician


The death of Saitoti is a “great tragedy that has befallen our country at this time as we are making elaborate preparations to hold peaceful elections,” Prime Minister Raila Odinga said at the scene of the crash, a forest in the city’s outskirts.
It was not immediately clear what caused the accident. Kenyan police cordoned off the scene of the crash and said they were investigating. Rescue officials collected the charred and scattered remains of those killed.

“As we speak now, nobody knows the cause of the accident,” Odinga said. “Nobody knows, and that’s why the experts are going to carry out investigations.” He said that Saitoti and Ojode were on their way to a political event in western Kenya.

Saitoti, an American-trained economist and mathematician, was one of the most visible figures in Kenyan politics. For over a decade he was a deputy to former President Daniel arap Moi.

As security minister he was the government’s spokesman on security matters, including Kenya’s decision to send troops to Somalia last year. Analysts say he played a key role in that decision. Saitoti appeared often on national television to reassure the public in the aftermath of deadly attacks blamed on the Somali militant group al-Shabab.

All that is in the minds of Kenyans right now is to hope that his souls rest in peace.

End Of the Road for Celtics Yet Again

Lebron James  drives past Garnet for the layup

The Boston Celtics lost to the Miami Heat yet again after being thrashed  in game 7 101-88 to take the Eastern Conference title. They will meet Oklahama City Thunder in the Playoffs final starting on Tuesday. The Heat lost to the Mavericks  in last  years’ playoffs and hope to redeem themselves this years finals against the Thunder. It has been  Kevin Durant’s childhood dream to reach the NBA finals, Earlier on in this year’s All-Star Game Kevin Durant won the All-Star MVP and achieved one of his lifetime goals. Will HE be able to achieve to get himself a Champion Ring?

Let’s Wait and see……..

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